Part 3 of our deep dive into Jesel’s Steel rockers dives into rocker geometry.
Last issue, we left you with a recap of how and why shaft rockers work. Additionally, we noted how today’s shaft rockers are actually far easier to tune (in the pits or in your garage) when compared to a roller rocker/stud girdle combination. We also introduced Jesel’s new lineup of steel sportsman rockers.
Wayne Scraba goes over what you need to know about some new rockers.
Over the past three segments of this series, we’ve taken a look at the installation of a Jesel belt drive system. We also installed the crank pulley. In this segment, we’ll complete the installation with the fitting of the cam pulley and the drive belt.
We’re back with our third segment of the Jesel camshaft timing belt installation. This time around we’ll show you how to shim the cam pulley adapter, and we’ll also dig into installing the crank pulley.
In our last segment we started the installation of a Jesel belt drive. This time around, we’ll install the valley cover plate for the final time and dig into the prep required for the camshaft install.
Slightly more than a year ago, we took a detailed look at Jesel’s innovative high tech camshaft belt drive system. This time around, we’ll look at the belt drive setup from the installation perspective.